Assistant Producer, Office of the President
The Juilliard School
New York, NY 10023
Produces and supports programs, events, and new initiatives as assigned, with an emphasis on music-related projects. Works closely with the Office of the President team to develop systems and processes for seamless integration between new and existing programs. Partners with the Dean’s Office and all departments and artistic divisions within the institution to develop and produce new artistic and curricular opportunities for the Juilliard community (including faculty, students, staff, and alumni.) Also provides high-level administrative support to the Office of the President to facilitate departmental objectives and activities.
• Coordinates projects, programs, and new creative and artistic initiatives as assigned, working closely with stakeholders within the School to successfully see the project through from conception to realization and managing the project’s budget, schedule, materials, and parameters when needed.
• Supports the Special Projects Producer and the Office of the President team with developing and producing institutional events, programs, and collaborations, including but not limited to convocation, commencement, galas, benefits, celebrations and other programs and initiatives developed by the President’s Office
• Produces artistic initiatives, programs, and events as assigned with both internal and external partners, aligning the priorities of the Office of the President and advancing the creative enterprise of the institution.
• Works closely within the School with internal departments and divisions to understand their needs and respond to their requests with diplomacy and efficiency. • Works closely with the Office of the President team on administrative tasks and responsibilities as assigned.
• A bachelor’s degree, preferably in the arts, in arts administration, or in another related field; equivalent experience considered as a substitute.
• Must exercise excellent judgement, discretion, and integrity.
• Experience producing events, performances, and programs.
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in busy environment; willing to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends as needed.
• Ability to work collaboratively as part of and in a team setting.
• Ability to work well independently to meet multiple deadlines.
• Detail-oriented with strong written, verbal, and organizational skills.
• Enthusiastic and imaginative approach to developing projects and initiatives.
• Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated sensitivity to the many needs of a fast-paced educational and performing arts community.
• Strong working knowledge of the arts across genres, especially classical music.
• Commitment to equity, diversity, inclusiveness, and belonging.
• Demonstrated interest in producing and arts administration.
• Knowledge and expertise in the wide-ranging and evolving field of music with a foundation in classical music traditions.
• Ability to read a music score a plus.
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